When Ann Marie Pryde, assistant practitioner on the neonatal unit at The James Cook University Hospital, won the trust’s coveted Nightingale award earlier this year, she described her “shock”. In her mind, there were so many others nurses and midwives who deserved the title just as much – if not more – than her.
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Staff and patients alike got into the Christmas spirit as they sang carols and other festive classics in the atrium of The James Cook University Hospital at the start of Christmas Week. The event made for an uplifting morning, with members of the Chaplaincy team leading the singing as well as members of a trust staff choir that will begin meeting after work again from January.
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is carrying out a survey to find out what children, young people and their parents think about the care received when they were in hospital. The Trust will use the results of the survey to highlight areas where its hospitals perform well and to identify the areas where they need to improve.
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is urging people with symptoms of norovirus not to visit hospitals to help prevent it from spreading. The condition, known as the winter vomiting bug, is the most common stomach bug in the UK, affecting people of all ages and is now beginning to circulate in the community.
Outbreaks of norovirus, which causes vomiting and/or diarrhoea, are common in busy places such as hospitals as the virus easily spreads from one person to another and can survive on surfaces for several days.
The Children’s Day Unit at The James Cook University Hospital has been given a £50,000 makeover thanks to the generosity of local charity Abbie’s Love. The charity was founded by Richard and Tracy Clarke in memory of their 10-year-old daughter Abbie, who they lost to sudden unexpected death in epilepsy on 1 December 2006. Abbie’s […]
A Christmas remembrance service for babies who have passed away around the time of their birth is to be held this Sunday (4 December 2016). The service, led by hospital chaplain Sarah Ramsden, will take place at Grove Hill Methodist Church in Middlesbrough at 3pm.
The chest X-ray pilot has been developed as a partnership between Macmillan Cancer Support, South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Middlesbrough Council, South Tees Clinical Commissioning Group and the Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service. It is available at The James Cook University Hospital and the One Life Centre on Linthorpe Road.The scheme remains at the pilot stage but makes it easier for people with symptoms of poor lung health to get help and treatment.